Singapore Airlines flight SQ368 catches fire

By June 27, 2016Current

TL;DR – Thank goodness it appears that nobody was hurt.

Singapore Airlines SQ368 flight was bound for Milan from Singapore when the pilot announced two hours into the flight that there was an engine problem and that they would be turning back to Singapore.

While making an emergency landing at Changi Airport at about 7am, the plane’s right wing caught fire.

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The fire was put out by fire fighters in about five to ten minutes according to a passenger onboard.

Sharing from a passenger onboard,

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